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Just So

Advantages: Brilliant if you're actually studying Kipling...
Disadvantages: ...less so if you're not.

...Rudyard Kipling, born in India in 1865, is still the youngest ever Nobel literature laureate. He was a prolific author and at the turn of the century up to the first World War an immensely popular one. Even now he remains the most frequently quoted of all ...

hiker 19.02.2013 · Read full review
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Review of The Cambridge Companion to Rudyard Kipling - Howard J Booth

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An Exploration of 'Uncultivated' Practices

Advantages: Diverse range of texts and artistic practices presented, organised and researched sensitively
Disadvantages: Some of the images are a little too small (though I like the range of sizes and positions)

'The Carnival of Perception' presents a series of texts written by London based art writer Guy Brett, with a preface by Yve-Alain Bois. Texts are taken from various writing genres such as writing for exhibition publications to art journalism. The texts ha ...

brendanmccrory 06.10.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Carnival Of Perception - Guy Brett

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Creative Digital Crafts

Advantages: God ideas, plenty to try, clear instructions
Disadvantages: Some materials might be hard to source

Creative Digital Crafts is subtitled Creating Crafts Using Digital Photos and Art. Unlike most books that cover digital photography, this one is packed full of ways to use your images in rather more creative ways than just sticking them in an album. If yo ...

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Review of Creative Digital Crafts - Helen Bradley

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